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On 2010.03.01 15:37, Tobias Scherbaum wrote:
> > If so how? Should that be done before or allowed to be done
> > after the meeting?
> It should be up to the council member in question - if one feels he's
> able to vote before the meeting i see no problem with doing so. I've
> some ambivalent feelings about votes after a meeting though ...
> - Tobias
> Praxisbuch Nagios
Voting before the meeting suggests that the council members mind is
closed to any discussion that happened, or may happen at the meeting
itself. Personally, I don't like the sound of that.
However, if the council members wish to vote entirely by email
and announce the vote result (no discussion) at the meeting that's
fine, as the vote happened after discussion was done.
In summary, votes must only be cast after discussion is done.
That can be all by email, some at a meeting, others by email after the
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